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Must visit old Delhi if you are a non vegetarian.. u can go to red fort, akshardham, rajpath.. you can find so many tombs and monuments here.. must try street food of Delhi.
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What other places could I visit, besides those of historical importance ?
Palika bazar is worth visiting and shopping. Be clever enough to not get fooled by shopkeepers
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Subahana please remember delhi is very cold for south indians Do pack you clothes accordingly, you can visit lal quila , qutub minar, lotus temple , jama masjid. you must visit connaught place. you must eat delhi ke chhole kulche and rajma chawal. Bargain atleast 50 percent for everything delhi,
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Hii..i am a local Delhi guy. Check out my blog "Experience dil walo ki dilli" it will be helpful for you.
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Marvel Over the Painted Houses at Naughara, 108-foot-tall landmark statue of powerful monkey god Lord Hanuman, Listen to Qawwalis at Nizamuddin Dargah, The Changing of Guard ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Chill at the Kunzum Travel Cafe. Be Served by Jail Inmates at Tihar Food Court, for food you can check this.. https://www.holidify.com/pages/delhi-street-food-guide-1490.html
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Visit all the major tourist destinations like red fort, akshardham, india gate at night, hauz khas at night with friends, tugakabad fort, bangla saheb, cannaught place, sarojini nagar to shop, etc. For food you can visit chandi chowk. I would aso suggest to just enjoy the street food in Delhi anywhere and everywhere.😁
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Hi Subahana, Delhi has a lot to offer. I have put together a number of trips and suggestions curated by Tripoto Travelers. Please click on the card below to rad their experience that can help you plan better. Hope this helps!
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Although this is basic but just a reminder - November is gonna be bit chilly - warm wear is must....also CP - Connaught place is good for eateries , Cyberhub and sector 29 -NCR is good fr clubbing.... you can visit Paranthe wali gali which s quite famous , shopping in Karol Bagh , sarojini nagar, Greater Kailash and CP......Hauz khas ,chandni chowk are few places not to be missed..... feel free to ask more...have a great stay at Delhi.....
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November is best time to visit Delhi. You can stay anywhere you want and Delhi has good connectivity of transportation so you can stay at any budget hotel according to your budget. You can visit Hauz Khas village to chill n party. If you love food wants to explore so you can visit Purani Delhi to have figurelicious local food. Hence Delhi is very happening place you will have a lot of fun here...
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Delhi has so much to offer...from history to food to shopping to ary.it has everything..depends on what do u want to so... but if u r food enthu..go to chandni chowk n njy local relishes like daulat ki chat chole bhature kulfi mughlai food paan jalebi etc
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Delhi is a perfect amalgam of rustic and modern day lifestyle. If you’re visiting Delhi in November, first of all make sure to carry clothes suitable for winter season as it may turn chilly in the nights and mornings. If you want to explore Delhi more than common tourist sites and monuments, then below listed activities might interest you:- Take a fun Akshardham Temple with light and sound show tour(https://www.indiator.com/package/evening-akshardham-trip-with-light-show). Visit the famous markets of Old Delhi like Chandani Chowk, Chawri Bazaar, etc. Take a Rikshaw ride in the congested markets of Delhi and its vibrant streets. Chill at some of the most beautiful cafés of the city. Shop your heart out in central Delhi. Some of the famous dishes you must devour while in the city have to be the famous Sita Ram Chhole Bhature, Parathas in Parathe wali Gali, lip-smacking chaat at Natraj food corner and much more that you may discover as you travel. Hope you have a fun visit in our city!
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